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23rd Dec '16 10:54:13 AM TheMysteriousTroper
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** And once the Epoch becomes an airship, it even accelerates to a high speed immediately before time-warping, making the way it works appear almost exactly the same as Back to the Future's flying DeLorean.

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** And once the Epoch becomes an airship, it even accelerates to a high speed immediately before time-warping, making the way it works appear almost exactly the same as Back to the Future's flying DeLorean.[=DeLorean=].
22nd Oct '16 5:46:16 PM eroock
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22nd Oct '16 5:41:51 PM eroock
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->"''I'm standing at the time portal, which scientists say, follows 'Franchise/{{Terminator}}' rules. That is, it's one way only and you can't go back. This is in contrast to, say, 'Franchise/BackToTheFuture' rules, where back and forth is possible, and of course 'Film/{{Timerider|TheAdventureOfLyleSwann}}' rules, [[TimeyWimeyBall which are just plain silly.]]''"

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->"''I'm ->''"I'm standing at the time portal, which scientists say, follows 'Franchise/{{Terminator}}' rules. That is, it's one way only and you can't go back. This is in contrast to, say, 'Franchise/BackToTheFuture' rules, where back and forth is possible, and of course 'Film/{{Timerider|TheAdventureOfLyleSwann}}' rules, [[TimeyWimeyBall which are just plain silly.]]''"]]"''
5th Oct '16 11:52:46 AM Cranberries
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* ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'': Robots control the ability to travel through a computer in their arm. When the coordinates are set and the device is activated, electricity bursts around the travelers, light flashes and swallows them into a purple and green tunnel. This tunnel sucks the travelers in like a raging whirlpool, and then spits them back out into their destination. First timers always come out screaming in terror.
5th Oct '16 12:13:19 AM Cranberries
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According to this theory, time is like a videocassette ([[WhatAreRecords for those of you born after 1995, videocassettes are what we played movies on back in the dark days before [=DVDs=]]]). Normally, time is on "play" and traveling backwards or forwards is like pushing "rewind" or "fast-forward": you can see other people and events playing quickly forwards or backwards around you. This theory originated in H.G. Wells' ''Literature/TheTimeMachine'' (which obviously predated the videocassette, but it's still a good analogy).

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According to this theory, time is like a videocassette ([[WhatAreRecords for those of you born after 1995, 2000, videocassettes are what we played movies on back in the dark days before [=DVDs=]]]). Normally, time is on "play" and traveling backwards or forwards is like pushing "rewind" or "fast-forward": you can see other people and events playing quickly forwards or backwards around you. This theory originated in H.G. Wells' ''Literature/TheTimeMachine'' (which obviously predated the videocassette, but it's still a good analogy).
25th Jul '16 9:22:33 PM lalalei2001
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* While it also includes Instantaneous Time Travel, the ''Anime/YuGiOhTenthAnniversaryMovie'' briefly shows Paradox coming out of a portal.

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* While it also includes Instantaneous Time Travel, the ''Anime/YuGiOhTenthAnniversaryMovie'' ''Anime/YuGiOhBondsBeyondTime'' briefly shows Paradox coming out of a portal.



* In the ''Anime/YuGiOhTenthAnniversaryMovie'', the time travellers' motorbikes glow brightly, then they speed up and disappear in a flash of light.

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* In the ''Anime/YuGiOhTenthAnniversaryMovie'', ''Anime/YuGiOhBondsBeyondTime'', the time travellers' travelers' motorbikes glow brightly, then they speed up and disappear in a flash of light.
16th Jul '16 4:13:48 PM ImperialScum
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* Time travel in ''Literature/AeonLegionLabyrinth'' involves a device called a ''shieldwatch'' that moves the user into the [[PlaceBeyondTime Edge of Time]] where all time overlaps. The Edge of Time appears like a grainy blue haze where people and moving objects turn into a blur of afterimages.
1st Jun '16 3:06:08 AM AlexChurchill
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What does TimeTravel '''look''' like? Well, no one knows (as far as we know anyway), but fiction has given us four models, each of which may or may not involve a TimeMachine. (These concepts are not to be confused with the different fictional interpretations of TemporalMutability).

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What does TimeTravel '''look''' like? Well, no one knows (as far as we know anyway), but fiction has given us four models, each of which may or may not involve a TimeMachine. (These concepts are not to be confused with the different fictional interpretations of TemporalMutability).
TemporalMutability. This page is purely about the '''visuals'''.)



According to this theory, time is like a videocassette ([[WhatAreRecords for those of you born after 1995, videocassettes are what we played movies on back in the dark days before [=DVDs=]]]). Normally, time is on "play" and traveling backwards or forwards is like pushing "rewind" or "fast-forward". This theory originated in H.G. Wells' ''Literature/TheTimeMachine'' (which obviously predated the videocassette, but it's still a good analogy).

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According to this theory, time is like a videocassette ([[WhatAreRecords for those of you born after 1995, videocassettes are what we played movies on back in the dark days before [=DVDs=]]]). Normally, time is on "play" and traveling backwards or forwards is like pushing "rewind" or "fast-forward"."fast-forward": you can see other people and events playing quickly forwards or backwards around you. This theory originated in H.G. Wells' ''Literature/TheTimeMachine'' (which obviously predated the videocassette, but it's still a good analogy).
4th May '16 11:46:43 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* In ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'', Ange is split / time travels when she jumps off the roof of the hospital, but there is no detail given as to the process by which she actually does it, since the third installment ends with her jumping off the roof, and the fourth installment begins with her already in the meta-world. Granted, of course, that the meta-world itself is outside of the time-space continuum. [[spoiler:Of course, from an anti-fantasy perspective she isn't actually time traveling at all; she's just doing it metaphorically by investigating what happened on Rokkenjima in 1986.]]

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* In ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'', ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'', Ange is split / time travels when she jumps off the roof of the hospital, but there is no detail given as to the process by which she actually does it, since the third installment ends with her jumping off the roof, and the fourth installment begins with her already in the meta-world. Granted, of course, that the meta-world itself is outside of the time-space continuum. [[spoiler:Of course, from an anti-fantasy perspective she isn't actually time traveling at all; she's just doing it metaphorically by investigating what happened on Rokkenjima in 1986.]]
16th Apr '16 2:09:36 PM Quanyails
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* ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' ,the Wormholes cross space and time.

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* ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' ,the In ''Series/{{Farscape}}'', the Wormholes cross space and time.
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